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(a) Suppose you may choose from 8 different tiles, each of a unique color, to place in the row. How many arrangements in the row are possible?

(b)Suppose another row of tiles can accomodate 7 tiles. for this particular row, you have 3 tiles same blue color, 2 tiles have the same yellow color, and 2 tiles have the same black color. How many unique arrangements are possible in this case?

2.After a box of electrical components is shipped it is discovered that of the 6 total components 2 are defective and the remaining 4 are acceptable. Suppose you select 2 components at random from the possible values for X.

(a) Let the random variable X represent the number of defective components selected. List the possible values for X.

that is. 3. A survey of 400 autos parked in the visitor and employee lots of a large organization classified the brands by country of origin. as seen in the table below. Driver Visitor Employee 127 75 34 67 55 42 American European Asian .(b)Create a probability distribution for X. create a table that lists the values of X and the probabilities associated with each value.

Find the following probabilities.Let A denote the event that the driver was a visitor and let B denote the car was European. (a) P(B) (B) P(A|B) (c)Are A and B independent? Justify your answer (d) P(A' intersect B) .

2. What is the probability that the passenger flew on United given that he or she flew to New York? 5. Seventy percent (70%) of all flights out of this airport are on Delta. to a corporate office follows a Poisson distribution with a mean of one call per 30 minutes.4. If a passenger flies United. Given a passenger flies on Delta . The number of calls. the probability that the flight goes to New York is 0.4. A small regional airport is served by just two airlines: Delta and United. (a) What is probability that there are two or more calls in one hour . the probability that he or she goes to New York is 0.X.

for the random variable X. 2. 3 (a) Determine the cumulative distribution function F(x). . Suppose a probability mass function is given by f(x) = (x+1)/10 for x = 1.(b)What is the probability that are no calls within two hours? 6.

the mean of the random variable X. (c) Determine V(x). Five voters are selected at random and questioned about the issue. Assume X denotes a binomial random variable that represents the number of voters out of 5 that favor the new park.(b) Determine E(X). . 75 percent of the voters favor using tax dollars to build a new park. 7. Suppose that in a certain town. the variance of the random variable X.

(a) Find the probability that exactly 2 of them favor the new park. (b) Find the probability that one or more out of the five will favor the new park (c) Compute the mean number out of the five favoring the new park (d) Compute V(x) .

V(x). .8.75 to compute the variance.5) (b) Use the fact that the E(X) = -0. Consider the continuous random variable X with probability density function (pdf) (a) Find P(Xgreater than or equal to -0.

The continuous random variable X has probability density function (pdf) (a) Find P(2 less than or equal to X less than or equal to 4) (b) Define the cumulative distribution function (cdf) for X. mathematically (c) Find the expected value of X. E(X) .9.

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